Almost three years ago the City of Sheridan hired MC2 Engineering Inc. to inspect under a court order, a piece of property at 1135 North Crook Street in Sheridan to assess whether it was a dangerous building and in need of abatement.
Earlier this week we reported on several aspects of the health care industry, including how Obama Care and Recovery Audit Contractors are and will continue to have a profound effect on the future of the health care industry. Today we conclude our series on health care with a look at how the new law may adversely affect the City of Sheridan. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more.
17-year-old Wyatt Bear Cloud was sentenced in 4th Judicial District Court Wednesday afternoon. Pleading guilty to three charges last September 10th – Felony Murder in the 1st Degree; Felony Conspiracy to Commit Aggravated Burglary; and Felony Aggravated Burglary – Bear Cloud is the only defendant of three not to go to trial for the robbery and shooting death of Sheridan businessman Robert Ernst on August 26, 2009. Bear Cloud's guilty plea was NOT the result of a plea agreement with the State.
A new sentencing date has been set for Sheridan resident Shawn Osborne, who was convicted of 1st Degree Murder last year in November. Shortly after the trial, Osborne hired his own attorney, Keith Goody from Washington state.
About thirty people attended the community forum at Tongue River High School Tuesday night, where they had an opportunity to get to know about Marty Kobza, one of three candidates in the running for the Sheridan County School District 1 Superintendent position.
Twenty-six people attended an informational forum last night in the Big Horn High School auditorium to listen to and ask questions of Donald Kirkegaard, one of three final candidates vying for the superintendent position for Sheridan County School District One.
Alternative methods of energy will be the topic at a workshop open to everyone on Tuesday, February 15th. Sponsored by the University of Wyoming Extension Office in Sheridan, organizer Scott Hininger tells us.
Buffalo High School's Student Council is holding their second annual fundraiser called Blackout Cancer, to benefit Johnson County residents fighting cancer. Joyce Hall, Student Council Advisor, explains what the week is about.